The CIA campus in San Antonio welcomes aspiring chefs and culinary leaders who have dedicated themselves to Latin cuisine. Our associate degree programs follow the same in-depth curriculum found at our main campus in Hyde Park, NY. With so many course offerings, we’re sure we have the right program for you. Create your CIA account to get more information about our programs or to start your application today—it’s fast and easy!
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The Culinary Institute of America was founded in 1946 for veterans returning from World War II. Generations later, members of the U.S. Armed Forces transitioning to civilian life still know that success in the food world takes the same discipline and sense of purpose they have already mastered. And, as the Meals Ready to Eat […]
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“There are many things I like about the CIA. One is the extensive knowledge of the chef-instructors.” Major: Culinary Arts (ACAP) Campus: St. Helena, CA Military Branch: U.S. Air Force Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA How did you become interested in food? I became interested in food at the age of 10. Between the ages of 10 […]
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